Acromegaly and galactorrhea-amenorrhea with two pituitary adenomas secreting growth hormone or prolactin. A case report.

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A prolactinoma was removed from a nulliparous woman who had acromegaly, galactorrhea-amenorrhea, elevated serum growth hormone and prolactin, and hypogonadotropinism. Postoperatively galactorrhea decreased and cyclic vaginal bleeding ensued; serum prolactin concentration was normal but growth hormone remained elevated and the acromegalic complex was… (More)

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@article{Tolis1978AcromegalyAG, title={Acromegaly and galactorrhea-amenorrhea with two pituitary adenomas secreting growth hormone or prolactin. A case report.}, author={George J Tolis and G. Bertrand and Stephen Carpenter and John M Mckenzie}, journal={Annals of internal medicine}, year={1978}, volume={89 3}, pages={345-8} }